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Former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill once said, “For myself, I am an optimist—it does not seem to be much use being a...

Heart Disease and Women in Their 50s

For women younger than 65 years old, depression is emerging as a significant risk factor for coronary artery disease (CAD). Researchers from...

Pilates For Postmenopausal Women?

Can Pilates mat exercises help early postmenopausal women to gain strength and flexibility and reduce menopausal symptoms? Korea University ...

Weight Gain and Cancer Risk

According to the World Cancer Research Fund, 10 types of cancers are linked with obesity. Researchers from the University of Manchester in t...

Honor Your Hunger

Ignoring hunger and restricting intake can trigger an impulse to overeat (Mathes et al. 2009). Becoming aware of and honoring biological hun...

Do Kids Get a Passing Grade for Exercise in 2016?

The 2016 United States Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth has been released, and it’s clear our kids did not make...

Least Active Cities in the U.S.

Each year, the Sports & Fitness Industry Association conducts national online interviews to determine activity participation, activities of ...

There’s Mold In That There Rice!

With so much focus on the health benefits of the microbiome and the burgeoning popularity of culinary fermentation applications, it’s ...

Get A Handle On Evidence-Based Nutrition And Behavior Change

Top nutrition researchers, behavioral experts and chefs will reveal the skillpower you need to ignite sustainable lifestyle change in your c...

Binge Eating: There’s a Gene for That

The trove of discovery from drilling into the human genome seems to be boundless. Who knew that we could figure out the actual scientific reason why humans habitually overeat?

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